Single Station of an Electromagnetic Wave after Reflection by a Tilted Plane or Sinusoidal Ionosphere: A Preliminary Report.
Research and development technical rept.,
ARMY ELECTRONICS COMMAND FORT MONMOUTH N J
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IMINARY Report.Research and development technical rept.,Kotin,Leon ECOM-4103DA-1-T-061102-B-14-A1-T-061102-B-14-A-02electromagnetic radiation, direction finding, ionosphere, electromagnetic wave reflections, approximationmathematicsgeometrical opticsThe author determines mathematically the source of an electromagnetic signal originating at some unknown point on the earths Planar surface after being reflected from the ionosphere. Two cases are considered first, the signal is reflected by a tilted plane, representing the boundary of the ionosphere second, the signal is reflected by a sinusoidal surface. The parameters describing either of these surfaces are assumed to have been determined by ionospheric probes and the direction of the reflected signal is assumed to have been determined by direction finding techniques. Author
- Direction Finding
- Radiofrequency Wave Propagation